CONTENTS. CHAPTER I. The True Woman's Kingdom: the Home. Sacredness of the family home 2 Woman's love, its light and warmth 4 Supernatural virtues in the Christian home 5 A living faith 5 How Christian mothers can imitate the Blessed Virgin Mary 8 Piety. Purity of intention 10 Illustrated from home life of the early Christians 11 CHAPTER II. The Home Virtues — (continued). Hospitality 17 Holiness 19 Innocence of conversation 21 What the home ought not to be 21 CHAPTER III. How the Home can be... Topics: Women -- Conduct Of Life -- Catholic Authors, Women -- Conduct Of Life
V.1: A tale of warning, or, The victims of indolence -- Bear and forbear, or, The history of Julia Marchmont -- v. 2: Rose and Agnes, or, The dangers of partiality -- Matilda Mortimer, or, False pride Topic: Young women -- Conduct of life
Quarter black sheep and marbled paper over boards. "357" blocked in gold on spine. "Infant School Lending Library" label on upper paste-down with "No. 357" written in ink. Ex libris Elvah Karshner Topic: Young women -- Conduct of life
Quarter green sheep and marbled paper over boards. Inscription on front pastedown: Anne Henley from Joseph John Henley, 1828 (in two hands). Marginal tear: p. 74. Purchase, James Burmester, 1991. Paid for by the Friends of CBC Topics: Young women -- Conduct of life, Children's stories, English
CONTENTS CHAPTER PAGE I. "In the Name of the Law!" 9 II. An Unpromising Heroine 20 III. What They Did to Dan 31 IV. Not a Judgment 42 V. "But a Blessing" 52 VI. John Rollinson, his Friends, and Some of his Philosophy 61 VII. A Beggar Princess 76 VIII. What Mollie Farrell Thought 90 IX. The Meeting of Extremes 104 X. How it Affected Mollie Farrell 114 XI. The Charity Seance 123 XII. "My Queen!" XIII. The Drawing of the Veil 153 XIV. A Daughter of Duty 166 XV. Pain... Topics: Forgiveness -- Fiction, Women -- Conduct Of Life -- Fiction, Families -- Fiction, Fiction,...
CONTENTS. I.— A Good Girl has reason to be satisfied with her Condition in Life 9 II.— Advantages of a Life of Labor 13 III.— Advantages of a Life of Humiliation and Subjection 15 IV.— Example of Saint Isidora 50 V.— A Good Girl has no need to be Sad because of Her Want Of Opportunity To Acquire Worldly Knowledge 24 VI.— Necessity of a Deep and Settled Principle to Cling Closely to God 21 VII.— How to Commence to Ground this Principle in the Heart 82 VIII.— How to Increase in... Topics: Christian Life -- Catholic Authors, Young women -- Religious life, Young women -- Conduct of life
Book from Project Gutenberg: The Young Maiden Library of Congress Classifications: BJ, HQ Topics: Christian literature for children, Women -- Social and moral questions, Young women -- Conduct of... Source: http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/24524
Book from Project Gutenberg: In Times Like These Library of Congress Classification: HQ Topics: Women -- Canada, Women -- Conduct of life, Women -- History, Women -- Social and moral questions,... Source: http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/29861
CONTENTS. CHAPTER I. Going " Home " 7 CHAPTER II. The House on the Hill 18 CHAPTER III. For His Sake 30 CHAPTER IV. His Sisteh, Magdalen 37 CHAPTER V. The Flower of Resignation 48 CHAPTER VI. The Apparition 58 CHAPTER VII. The Newcomer 77 CHAPTER VIII. Passed Danger 88 CHAPTER IX. Through the Storm 104 CHAPTER X. In Confidence 116 CHAPTER XI. The Message 126 CHAPTER XII. New Plans 144 CHAPTER XIII. The Passing of Danny 158 CHAPTER XIV. The Bending of the Tree 168 CHAPTER XV. The... Topics: Man-Woman Relationships -- Fiction, Women -- Conduct Of Life -- Fiction, Fiction, American,...
byRobertson, Margaret M. (Margaret Murray), 1821-1897; Lintott, Edward Barnard, 1875-1951 [Illustrator]
Book from Project Gutenberg: Christie Redfern's Troubles Library of Congress Classification: PZ Topics: Christian life -- Juvenile fiction, Didactic fiction, Domestic fiction, Domestics -- Juvenile... Source: http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/21226
byS. L. M.; Booth, Bramwell, Mrs., 1861-1957 [Author of introduction, etc.]; Bradley, Gertrude M. [Illustrator]
Book from Project Gutenberg: Betty's Battles an Everyday Story Library of Congress Classification: PZ Topics: Christian life -- Juvenile fiction, Family life -- Juvenile fiction, Salvation Army -- Juvenile... Source: http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/34805
CONTENTS CHAPTER I The Weasel 7 CHAPTER II Barbara's Patient 24 CHAPTER III Called Home . . 41 CHAPTER IV "Into Temptation" ....... 58 CHAPTER V Broken Bonds 74 CHAPTER VI Rosecrofte 91 CHAPTER VII 'Twixt Life and Death 107 CHAPTER VIII Nellie 125 CHAPTER IX On the Riter 141 CHAPTER X The Shadow of the Past 155 CHAPTER XI "Undine" 173 CHAPTER XII The Wild Weed's Bloom 188 CHAPTER XIII Under the Palms 202 CHAPTER XIV The Glitter and the "Gain" .... 218 CHAPTER XV... Topics: Families -- Fiction, False Personation -- Fiction, Women -- Conduct of life -- Fiction, Juvenile...